If I Were An Alien
If I Were An Alien3 mins 169 3 mins 169
If I were an alien……….
I would live on the planet Neptune. I know, it’s very hard to survive on a planet like that, which is 2 billion miles away from the sun. As an alien, I would imagine myself as a huge, furry creature with a really warm coat. We, aliens survive without water. We live on ice. We eat ice. Everything ice. Crystal clear structures all around. Neptune isn’t exactly what humans think of. We have beautiful, blue frozen lakes, everywhere, it’s dark as night and freezing cold. Everyday when we go outside, we are welcomed by the bright lights of auroras. Just one thing we creatures miss. The sunlight. The warmth of the sun. I wonder how it must be feeling on Earth. We don’t have advanced technology here. We are called furries, by the way. May sound stupid to you. An average Furry-creature lives up to 200-300 years. Let’s start with a day in the life of an Alien. I mean, furry, whatever you wanna call me. I woke up, scratching my fur covered in snow. I instantly went to my bathroom, locked myself in, and took a nice, cold, icy bath. Then, I brushed by teeth with this extra-cool toothpaste. I’m ready for breakfast. I went inside the kitchen. 2 cold breads, and some frozen peanut butter. That’s what I want. I start with slicing a piece of peanut butter, and sandwiching it between the 2 breads. Yummy! Oh, it’s time for school. Umm... anyway, we don’t have parents. We are produced by ice eggs, which form by the reaction of snow and the air. Weird, right? Then the eggs hatch, the form a Furry. I run to school. Oh, I see a sledge. Our driver is here. I greet my friends: Rosie, Kate, Fluff and Emily. I buried my little ears in my fur. We have very, very small ears. I brushed off the remaining snow on my white fur. Good morning, uncle Robert. He is our driver. We are very unique creatures, you see. We walk on 2 legs, still have an excellent ability to swim, and yes, we love ice skating and skiing. When we reach school. Miss Chloe greets us. “Good morning dear children! Everyone seems happy for today’s field visit.” Yes, we have a field visit today. We are going to star hill, which is close to the school. Only on this day, all of Neptune’s 14 satellites are visible from star hill. We hop on a school sledge and set off to star hill! When we reach there, it’s so cold! Beautiful auroras are visible and all the 14 satellites are gleaming in the dark night sky.
Being such a creature would be so much fun, right? I wish I was a furry, too. If not, I would absolutely love to meet one! Only if they could exist…